Harper's Bazaar (USA)
The HOME Issue
While redoing the living room of her famously crimson-themed New York abode, Harper’s Bazaar fashion editor DIANA VREELAND, always a lover of florals and the color red, gave interior designer Billy Baldwin one directive: “I want my apartment to LOOK like a GARDEN,” she told him. “A GARDEN in HELL.” To Vreeland, that was home. But home can (and certainly does) represent very different things to different people. In this issue, we explore the concept of home through a variety of lenses: as a PLACE, as an IDEA, as a NEXUS of HUMAN CONNECTION.